Thursday, June 4, 2020

Ticket Sequencing

Ticket Sequencing

SpitAbility POS now supports "Time Sequencing" of tickets and orders held in the system.

Time Sequencing automatically arranges and displays tickets in correct chronological line-up on the Kitchen Display System (KDS).

Tickets shuffle to their correct position as times are adjusted.

Time sequencing:
  • Plays the role of a "virtual expeditor" to manage the flow of orders in real-time
  • Enables staff to focus on preparation rather than when to prepare
  • Shows future dated orders with a negative count-down timer and reverse time fuse in bright yellow

Updated Tickets:
  • Synchronize instantly on all screens
  • Shuffle into their correct sequence

Ticket Sequencing is typically used to manage on-line order ahead or delivery times into the future. Also in table service situation where courses are separated by a know duration.

Tickets may be time sequenced:
  • At any time before during or after orders are added to a ticket
  • By touching the time on the KDS ticket
  • Via the sell screen "Check.." button

Take control of your order management:

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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Pop-Up Drive-Through & Take-away

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced restrictions on dine-in cafe/restaurants, meaning no more table service during the social distancing lock-downs.

Looking to pivot, St Coco Cafe Daisy Hill has come up with an innovative idea.

Cafe owners Amber and Cynamon have undertaken an ambitious new strategy to continue operating their business.

They are staying open with a new pop-up drive through take-away.

Read more about it here: St Coco Cafe

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Saturday, November 2, 2019

Ways to speed up service times

Shows some ideas on how a modern Point of Sale system can improve service times.
  1. Kitchen Display Systems (KDS)
  2. Tablet based ordering.
  3. Use of smart phones.
  4. Integrated payments.
  5. Unlimited Registers / Screens / Devices.
This video shows the action behind these ideas:

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Friday, October 25, 2019

Dashboard Charts

SplitAbility pushes all user data back to the user's private and secure account in the form of a "transaction journal".

In our latest release we have added a built-in dashboard. The dashboard calculates total sales for various time intervals:
  • Hourly
  • Daily
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Yearly
Examples of the the dashboard formats are shown here and can be adjusted for any date / time period using the toolbar and calendar:

Total Sales

Use the toolbar to select the format:

These charts are a handy way to set or check other business activity e.g. staff level scheduling or takings from previous time periods.

Other built-in reports include inventory and best sellers.

Best Sellers

As always you can generate many custom reports from the transaction journal.


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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Splitting the Bill

Speeding up split checks at the register is not as hard as you think.

You'll need two things.

So, here's how it works:
  • Waitress at the POS splits the check using "Quick Split" to divide the bill.
  • The POS hands each total over to an integrated payments terminal.
  • Each customers taps to pay their share.

Video of the above steps in operation:

Splitting & Payments

The checkout process takes under 20 seconds.

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Monday, October 1, 2018

Balancing Groups & Time Zones

Some of our latest development improvements and features include:

Time Zones

We now support over 600 different time zones. Admin users can set the transaction journal timestamps to their local time (Default is UTC). Staff login logout times also reflect this setting.

Here's How:
1.Settings - Admin - Time Zone.
2.Search & set your time zone.

Custom Balancing Totals

Per device custom balancing totals are now supported.
Set any device/register to monitor items or categories.
Groups and aggregated totals are visible to remote Admins in real time.

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Friday, July 20, 2018

Bump Screens & Order Visibility

The improvements in the speed of processing orders just keep coming!

This week sees the release of single item "Touch to Serve" buttons for ready items on all overview screens.

Touch to Serve Buttons

Servers simply touch these buttons to change the state of an order item from "Ready" to "Served". So for single items it's one less touch to declutter screens.

Category and bulk state change buttons work as before i.e. Are accessed by selecting (click or touch) any order item.

Real-time Kitchen Display Systems (Smart KDS) offer advantages not seen before in the hospitality industry.

Reduction in service times is the big one but add in improved accuracy and more productive and the advantages stack up.

You can only get so far shuffling printed dockets around. Smart KDS screens display orders the instant each order is selected rather than waiting for the entire order, thus giving bock of house staff a heads up on what is coming through, check boxes appear only after the entire order is sent.

Reasons to go paperless are mounting. e.g. All cleared tickets are instantly accessible on the "Virtual Ticket Spike" from any screen, tablet or device.

Still think you should stick with printed dockets?

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